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in for criticism about military strikes on libya but he's been defending u.s. action. >> to brush aside america's responsibility as a leader and more profoundly our responsibilities to our fellow human beings under such circumstances would have been a betrayal of who we are. some nations may be able to turn a blind eye to atrocities in other countries. the united states of america is different. and as president, i refuse to wait for the images of slaughter and mass graves before taking action. >> at today's summit, they'll be discussing the process of change as well as how to get aid to the people of libya. we want to get more now from cnn's international security correspondent paula newton. she's outside ten downing street in london. paula? >> reporter: leaders will be meeting in a few hours. certainly what they want to do is stress the fact they will speak with one voice, trying to continue to pressure the gadhafi regime to really give up, to negotiate, try and get beyond the military situation on the ground and come to some kind of negotiated settlement. but clearly, monita what's hampering
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! want better rewards? peggy? switch to discover. america's number 1 cash rewards program. it pays to discover. >>> wherever you are in the world, you're watching "world one" i'm jim clancy at cnn center. >>> japan's nuclear safety agency raised the fukushima accident level to five from four. that's according to media reports. experts are rating these kinds of nuclear vents on an international scale from zero to seven. chernobyl was a seven, a major accident. and that was the highest, three mile island was rated a five. authorities say the accident at fukushima plant rates a six. >>> there's been a lot of speculation about the dangers posed by radiation that is coming, known to be coming from those reactors. but as our reggie aqui reports, that can have serious effects on the human body. >> we're going to take a look now at how radiation can affect the body. we've prepared this chart here. we're going to start in the thyroid. you may have heard those iodine pills you can try to take to try to protect the thyroid. radioactive iodine exposure raises long-term risk of thyroid cancer.
world, he should contemplate the standing of america and the world reputation of barack obama if gadhafi and his sons slaughter their way back to power. take a look at what today zaman is saying in turkey. why is turkey hedging in libya? it says turkey should realize that sooner or later gadhafi will have to go. and check what they're saying over in canada. this is the national post and the headline reads, preventing a libyan blood bath. in the best-case scenario, nato will not have to fire a single shot or scramble a single aircraft because libyans will end gadhafi's cruel tyranny all by itself. but we cannot standby and permit libyan genocide to unfold. you can read all those articles in full. go to facebook.com/wonecnn. you're watching "world one" live from london. >>> learning to live again after years of suffering. >> if you are a slave, you feel that you are not human. >> we ask former slaves how it feels to find freedom. this is all part of cnn's in-depth look at slavery in the modern world. >>> and a turning of former public enemy into a national hero. china falls back in love wi
to latin america, meeting with business and political leaders there. but he is returning home to a firestorm of criticism over his handling of the crisis in libya. he spoke to cnn just before returning from the five-day trip. and republican house speaker john boehner sent a letter to mr. obama wednesday complaining military resources had been committed without the white house defining their mission. one member of congress suggested the move was unconstitutional since the president didn't get approval from lawmakers. >>> let's look at what newspapers in the united states are saying about president obama. "usa today" has the headline "obama's plan lost in glare of public crisis." the paper says crisis has defined obama's presidency from the start. now obama's decision to use u.s. military forces to impose a no-fly zone over libya has prompted criticism from republican presidential hopefuls that the president dithered before agreeing to act. "the chicago tribune," the headline says, "while obama seeks clarity, we're fighting another war. the president must find clarity before beg
approaching threatening gadhafi's hold on power. i think the americas particularly are taking a more neutral view saying it doesn't quite go that far. the resolution really is more about protecting civilians, not able toppling gadhafi. >> what do you worry about in terms of how capable the opposition is? >> it's a difficult question to answer. whereas before we could've said, you know, they've captured equipment, they've captured equipment from defeated pro-gadhafi forces, what the state of the actual army now is very difficult to assess because it's very doubtful that they have the capability to go on the offensive in a major way. therefore, we could be in a standoff stalemate period for maybe a couple of weeks, maybe a couple of months before the next crucial move in any campaign is made. >> i want to broaden this out a little bit. a lot of people are talking about the -- i guess the west's actions right now. and the u.s.'s influence right now and, of course, u.s., uk, france, coalition, the allies working to try to bring the situation in libya under control, to bring gadhafi's forces unde
in america and therefore, the world, number one. is the show has been ripping up the ratings. there is no sensible reason why this show has been suspended, maybe canceled. >> sure. >> it's all about you and your private life. and there are two schools of thought. half the people i talk to say charlie should behave better. it doesn't reflect well on him and cbs to behave this view. my view for what it's worth and i said this to you this morning. >> it's worth a lot. >> i think you're entitled to behave how the hell you like as long as you don't scare the horses and the children and you turn up to work on time and do your job in a professional way which clearly the ratings suggest you were. i don't really get what the problem's been here. what's -- obviously i know what your view would be. but articulate why you think this is completely wrong. >> well, i mean, i can sort of understand why they felt like they had to intervene when they did. i think it was a tuesday, it was during a week off, and things had been a little sideways. i'll admit that. i was running it, burning it at
jet, 500 miles an hour. it will get to south america as well. it's traveling towards new zealand and australia. the rule of thumb, obviously, and the common sense tells you the farther away you are from the epicenter of that quake and beginning of that tsunami, the less intense it will be. but this will be the strongest tsunami that we've seen on the west coast certainly in the last ten years. we'll have to check the records for this. but it could be decades. not only for the west coast but for hawaii as well. so a scary situation. there is a degree of the unknown. how much did the bottom of the ocean floor move? we really don't know. how much does that wave get dissipated as it travels across the ocean floor. what happens as the wave reacts with the ocean bottom as it ramps up towards the hawaiian islands? that will totally affect how far inland it is and how high the wave goes for the u.s. that's the scary part of this. we really don't know exactly how high that wave is going to be and how far inlappnd and what kd of force it will be traveling with when it makes landfall, so to
-pedic. the most highly recommended bed in america. >>> the two-time nba defending champs are picking up steam at the right time. did the lakers pull it off? >> yeah, you know what, reggie, they certainly did. and this was certainly the game to do it in, as well. they were facing the team with the best record so far this season. that is, of course, the spurs. and, you know, this is not an easy team to face at home either. the spurs were actually on a franchise record home winning streak of 22 games when they went into this one. let's show you the highlights. kobe and his teammates had already lost to the spurs twice this season. but the lake esrs did make a fa start, 13 up in the first quarter. then let's move on to the second part with a three-pointer. and that was his first of the season. he scored 21 points overall. but kobe was the lakers' main man and back to lamar odom after the fast break. brian had 17 points in the first half alone. the lakers outscoring the spurs in the first three quarters. and even when this accident happened, when ron artest was trying to retrieve a ball, that didn
to build as many as eight new plants by the end of the decade. but japan's crisis could limit america's ability to wean itself off fossil fuel. allan chernoff, cnn, new york. >> social media has been an important tool for those within the quake and tsunami zone within japan, but also those living outside. let's take a look at the topics in social media. at number three, fukushima is getting a lot of hits. that's in reference to the damaged nuclear plant in japan, people are talking about the plant itself. radiation and the debate surrounding nuclear power in general. that number two, the falling nikkei, japanese stocks tumbled for the second straight day. the world's third largest economy, and there have been lots of talks about whether it can handle the effects of this disaster and, of course, rebound from it. and at number one, hash tag help japan. people offering help and sharing ideas on how others can get involved, as well. and, of course, on our facebook page, you can find ways to help out. go to facebook.com/w1cnn, you'll find a link to impact your world page. >> yeah, an impor
on america morning, rebel forces reteething, outgunned by gadhafi's forces and our country has cia operatives on the ground. >>> and radiation turning up in milk in two u.s. states, too low to cause health concerns here but the discovery has epa ramping up testing. >>> he's back. the terminator who gabecame governor and now the governator, arnold schwarzenegger's new gig. >>> and chocolate prices, will it hit a high by easter? from , there's whole grain in every box. make sure to look for the white check. should i bundle all my policies with nationwide insurance ? watch this. on one hand, you have your home insurance with one company. and on another hand, you have your auto with another. and on another hand, you have your life with another. huh... but when you bundle them all together with nationwide insurance... ... they all work together perfectly-- and you could save 25%. wow... it's all in the wrists. ♪ nationwide is on your side
at military installations. >>> u.s. president barack obama continues his latin america tour in chile addressing a crowd in santiago, he spoke a little spanish, and pledged u.s. assistance on cracking down on drug and weapon smuggling. >> president obama is having to answer questions about the role u.s. is playing in libya. some people say it has changed since the start of the conflict. the president tried to clarify the u.s. position. >> i also have stated that it is u.s. policy that gadhafi needs to go. we've got a wide range of tools in addition to our military efforts to support that policy. we were very rapid in initiating unilateral sanctions and helping mobilize international sanctions against gadhafi regime. we froze assets that gadhafi might are used to further empower himself and purchase weapons or hire mercenaries that might be directed against the libyan people. >> so, what's the end game in the fight against gadhafi's forces? how do you actually define victory? chris lawrence tells us more about how the pentagon sees that. >> reporter: u.s. commanders say when american t
. somewhere in america, we've already answered some of the nation's toughest questions. and the over sixty thousand people of siemens are ready to do it again. siemens. answers. >>> after arsenal's misery on tuesday, was an historic night for another london football club. >> don't care, what about the mank in. >> it's apparently what the mankini is thong-like. we're going start with us -- not with us arsenal. the champions league. and the fans singing "are you watching arsenal." enjoying their win against ac milan. their opponents ac milan, meanwhile are seven-time winners of the european cup. did go with the advantage to the second leg. that was after they won the first one. 1-nil. it was supposed to be the return there. but they couldn't convert their chances. milan had so many unfortunate luck, to at least force extra time after dominating much of the evening. spurs holding off long enough, though, the nil-nil draw was enough to put them through to the last eight, that making harry rednick, the first coach of the champions league to take them to the finals. shellka and their manager fel
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